Vengeance: Hatred and Honor




      Vengeance: Hatred and Honor
Jacob Scott Williams was the assistant gun boss on the Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor Consumed by thoughts of revenge his deepest desire is to kill as many Japanese as he can before the war is over But his one on one confrontation with the deadliest of his enemies proves shocking and life changing than all his experienced tragedies combined This man s account of sheer hatred and honor is one that would strike directly at the heart of any human being. New Download [ Vengeance: Hatred and Honor ] by [ Brett Ashton ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

I am that kid who grew up watching Star Trek and yet somehow I think, because I was raised on a farm, I ended up with my mind in the real world From the time in high school, when I read The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, people started telling me that I have a natural way with words After high school I was trained in Aviation Electronics in the Navy which sent me on a journey most of the way around the world During that time I became interested in the different ways that people think, not only with the people who I was on the ship with but the people in the various cultures around the world Also at that time I became interested in the history of World War Two and several other major conflicts Since then I have been in the electronics industry in one form or another but still continued my philosophical study and trying to figure people out.It s the combination of all the above which forms the personalities and actions of the characters in my books.

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      Vengeance: Hatred and Honor
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  • Kindle Edition
  • 203 pages
  • Vengeance: Hatred and Honor
  • Brett Ashton
  • English
  • 05 August 2018

10 thoughts on “ Vengeance: Hatred and Honor

  1. Calla says:

    Fascinating Look at Pearl Harbor and WWII From a Naval PerspectiveThis takes the reader into the minds owe commanding the ships in the Pacific, from Pearl Harbor through the end of the war The summary at the end was especially enlightening, considering the backdrop of our current political situation and collective worldview occasionally, you have to fight You do have to put a stop to it, to preserve as much life as possible Sometimes that does involve lopping off a few heads to save the Fascinating Look at Pearl Harbor and WWII From a Naval PerspectiveThis takes the reader into the minds owe commanding the ships in the Pacific, from Pearl Harbor through the end of the war The summary at the end was especially enlightening, considering the backdrop of our current political situation and collective worldview occasionally, you have t...

  2. Ryan says:

    A good novel about Pearl Harbor and the War in the Pacific A bit predictable and simple at times, but very engaging and exciting at other times Jumped around a bit and seemed to skip to the en of the war at one time, but still a worthwhile read An enjoyable, quick read.

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